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This nappy wrapper bin is normally £34.99 but is on offer for only £14.99 (plus £4.95 delivery)on the mothercare website. It's also part of the baby jungle range which is really popular at the moment (according to my sister who is expecting her first baby lol)

* Developed in association with Sangenic
* Easy and hygienic way to seal disposable nappies
* Complete with replaceable film cassette
* Each cassette seals up to 180 nappies
* Film wrappers are lemon-scented for freshness

you can also get 4% cash back via quidco.

Hope I've done this right it's the first time I've submitted a deal :)
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#1
ooops I think I've done something wrong. The link doesn't take you to the mothercare site :oops:

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#2
These things are great for convenience, but cost a small fortune in refills. We had one for 5 years and have just got rid of it now that our youngest is out of nappies. The refills are now £4.50 each and only last around 2-4 weeks of normal usage. If I had my time again, I would either use nappy sacks (300 for £1 from Poundland), or try the washable reusable ones.
#3
looby75
ooops I think I've done something wrong. The link doesn't take you to the mothercare site :oops:

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Goes to Mothercare now, but I cannot get it to link to the actual product :) Sorry!
#4
We had one when my youngest was little too, we always bought the refills when they were on offer and stocked up so they probably worked out at about £2.50-£3 each :)

They are REALLY handy when you live in a flat, no running up and down stairs to the bins outside.
#5
looby75
We had one when my youngest was little too, we always bought the refills when they were on offer and stocked up so they probably worked out at about £2.50-£3 each :)

They are REALLY handy when you live in a flat, no running up and down stairs to the bins outside.


We did that too, but in the last 6-12 months they rebranded to the Tommee Tippee name and the cheapest refill is now £4.50 You can still buy multipacks, but this doesn't bring the price down by that much (unless anyone knows different).
I agree that these bins are "handy" but, you may as well just chuck the nappy bags in the same bin without the expensive wrapper.
#6
Use washable nappies instead and stop filling landfill sites
#7
Was I doing something wrong with ours or do these not actually do anything other than lightly wrap the nappy in a bubble? I was imagining some kind of fantastic twist and seal effort, and when you look under the lid there all those flappy plastic arms that don't actually really do anything at all ...
#8
extrusion
Was I doing something wrong with ours or do these not actually do anything other than lightly wrap the nappy in a bubble? I was imagining some kind of fantastic twist and seal effort, and when you look under the lid there all those flappy plastic arms that don't actually really do anything at all ...


That's about it, yes, it's a simple twist to 'seal' method that is probably less airtight than a nappy bag. The plastic 'arms' are meant to hold the nappy still while you twirl the cassette thing round.
#9
Voted cold, these are a rip off, you can get about 250 nappie sacks for £1 and do a better job :)
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mekon
Use washable nappies instead and stop filling landfill sites


Turn your computer off you are wasting energy..
#11
deanos
Voted cold, these are a rip off, you can get about 250 nappie sacks for £1 and do a better job :)

thats a bit harsh isn't it, everyone knows you can get nappy sacks cheap but thats like saying why bother with a moses basket when a draw will do for baby to sleep in ;-)

I found my nappy bin really handy, and thought that if someone else was looking for one this was a good deal
#12
looby75
thats a bit harsh isn't it, everyone knows you can get nappy sacks cheap but thats like saying why bother with a moses basket when a draw will do for baby to sleep in ;-)

I found my nappy bin really handy, and thought that if someone else was looking for one this was a good deal


Yes, sorry, I don't think anyone is criticising your first deal. It's as good a price for the bin itself as you're likely to find. I just think that the product itself, while convenient, is a bit of rip-off long term. You end up paying hundreds over the years in refills.
Voted hot and rep added anyway.
#13
BigAde
Yes, sorry, I don't think anyone is criticising your first deal. It's as good a price for the bin itself as you're likely to find. I just think that the product itself, while convenient, is a bit of rip-off long term. You end up paying hundreds over the years in refills.
Voted hot and rep added anyway.

Thank you :)

I don't want to sound like a moaning newbie but I have to admit that I was a bit taken aback by the negative response to my deal. I appreciate that these nappy bins aren't ideal for everyone and that there are cheaper alternative available , but they do have their advantages especially if disposing of nappies means a trip down many flights of stairs. So for anyone in that situation or who just likes the idea of a nappy bin then I hope this deal will be of use :)

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